Lolo Milliner


Lolo, born in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, started her radio career at Lucky 13 (WSTA). 

In 1985 she left St. Thomas and moved stateside to pursue more opportunities.  In 1986 Orlando, Florida’s WOKB became her first stop, where she caught the attention of the legendary Jack “The Rapper”Gibson. Gibson took Lolo under his wing and helped her radio career to soar.  In late 1986 WFXA (Foxie 103) in Augusta, GA. was her next stop.  In 1991, Lolo moved to Charleston, SC. and accepted the midday position at WDXZ-FM (Foxie 104).  Shortly thereafter, she was promoted to Music Director.  In 1993 she moved to Baltimore, MD. where she was employed by Radio One Inc., at WWIN –FMMagic 95.9for 22 years (1993-2015).  Lolo currently broadcasts her own show “In the Groove with Lolo”on WEAA 88.9fm. Her show is 7pm-10pm Monday- Thursday.  In 2004 Lolo wrote the song “Jesus to Hold” a duet performed by National artist Tony Terry & Nekita Wright.